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FENZ is also planning to bring water tankers into the region if Wellington moves to level four restrictions.
Opinion - All Black fans are having to adapt to a new normal - hoping for success rather than simply expecting it, writes Ben Strang.
The Open Championship began on Thursday, marking 60 years since a then 27-year-old Bob Charles claimed the famous Claret Jug.
Auckland Council is in talks with the government about moving some roads to safer ground, the supercity's deputy mayor says. Audio
Michael Wood admits some roads may need to be abandoned as a result of climate change, and the extreme weather it will bring.
Until recently Waka Kotahi was not factoring climate change and the need for resilience into many of its transport projects.
A sizeable chunk of state housing is on flood prone land, with more builds being put on land expected to flood in the future.
Emails and communication from the day of the record-breaking January floods have been released to RNZ.
A perfect over in cricket is almost unheard of - a holy grail bowlers don't even think about searching for, it's so unlikely to happen.
Analysis - The Black Caps have shown true fighting spirit with another dramatic test win writes Ben Strang
On the day Auckland was hit by the worst flooding event in recorded history, and the city's mayor came under fire for his inaction, Wayne Brown's diary was an empty slate.
Little more than a week ago, Neil Wagner bore the brunt of England's Bazball revolution, battered in one of the most expensive bowling spells in test cricket history.
Sports Call - Don't blame Tim Southee if his winning percentage as New Zealand Test captain ends up among the worst in the team's history.
Auckland mayor Wayne Brown gave two direct interviews to journalists in his first month in office, of the 108 requests made by media. Audio
The road toll has soared this year and is on par with 2018, the worst year for road deaths in recent memory. Audio
The police have quietly lowered the threshold at which speed cameras ping drivers.
A mother says the government has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars paying for her abusive former partner's legal claims.
Police were assaulted by someone wielding a firearm 21 times in 2021, the most ever in a single year.
A group of 91 police staff are taking a personal grievance over the way they were treated for refusing to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
Rates of injury and death caused by firearms are tracking higher than ever before, police data shows. Audio
The government does not know where the body of a New Zealand soldier killed in Ukraine is, including whether it is being held by Russians. Audio
A New Zealand darts player will become the first transgender woman to compete at the World Darts Federation World Darts Championship, to take place in England early next year. Audio
Roshan Mahanama pointed to New Zealand's long trade relationship with Sri Lanka, and called for support for the country in this critical time.
People with Covid-19 will soon be asked to quarantine at home, rather than being ushered to a managed isolation facility.
The Ministry of Health has hinted that it will look at alternative vaccines for people who react badly to the Pfizer shot.